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Pam Strohfus

Pam Strohfus Associate Professor and Coordinator of Doctor of Nursing Program School of Nursing College of Health Sciences Pam Strohfus published an article in the International Journal of Evidence Based Healthcare in September. Sharon Brown, Central District Health Department, and …

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Terri Soelberg

Terri Soelberg Director College of Health Sciences Office of Research College of Health Sciences Terri Soelberg hosted the National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP) Board of Directors Annual Leadership Retreat on Aug. 29-30 at Boise State University. The goal …

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Submit WIDER PERSIST Proposals by Nov. 1

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Faculty interested in incorporating evidence-based instructional practices in their course, department or college are invited to submit a proposal to the WIDER PERSIST program. The National Science Foundation-funded WIDER PERSIST project is currently accepting proposals for partner projects that will …

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New Idaho Policy Institute Opens Downtown

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The university and community celebrated the grand opening Oct. 4 on the 6th floor of the Zions Bank Building.

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Listen to Cancer Research Bronco Zone Presentation

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If you missed the panel discussion on cancer research and prevention on Oct. 5, you can listen to the presentation here. Three researchers from across disciplines gathered in the Bronco Zone in the Stueckle Sky Center during Buck Cancer Week …

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University Partners Bring Families Together for STEM Night

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The second annual event at Garfield Elementary helped students and their families learn about and engage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities.

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Student Spotlight: Camille Eddy Reaching for Success

As a fourth-year student in the mechanical engineering program, she is busy with classes, projects and being a champion of student leadership and diversity.

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Show Homecoming Spirit – Decorate Your Office

Join in the fun and show your Boise State Homecoming pride by participating in this year’s Campus Decorating Contest. Get creative and decorate your campus department’s office. Judges will look for departments that show Boise State spirit, creativity, the Boise …

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Max’s Minute: Updates on Taleo Recruiting and Oracle Financials Cloud

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Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. This is the second in a series of articles discussing continuing improvements for Taleo Recruiting and Oracle Financials …

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Presidential Debate Watch Party in Student Union Oct. 9

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The School of Public Service and Boise State Political Science Association are hosting a watch party for the second presidential debate at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9. The debate watch will take place in the Student Union Building’s common …

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David Brooks’ Lecture at Boise State Available Online for Two Weeks

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The New York Times columnist and regular pundit on public television has given Boise State permission to air the popular talk.

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Buck Cancer: Professor Vanessa Fry

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Her own experience with cancer lead to an opportunity to act as a medical liaison for a friend facing peritoneal mesothelioma.

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